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Girls, 12, have chlamydia: calls for wider testing of sexually transmitted ... - Blacktown Sun

Girls, 12, have chlamydia: calls for wider testing of sexually transmitted ... - Blacktown Sun | Stds | Scoop.it
Girls, 12, have chlamydia: calls for wider testing of sexually transmitted ...
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This article shows that we need more sexually transmitted tests and stop underage sex. Underage sex can lead to a lot of things teenages dont want like unwanted pregnancys and std's that can seriously effect a teenagers lifestyle. This is relevent because it shows that underage sex can lead to unwanted things.

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Sex education 'doesn't cut teen pregnancy rate' claims academic - Telegraph

Sex education 'doesn't cut teen pregnancy rate' claims academic - Telegraph | Stds | Scoop.it
Sex education lessons and freely handing out contraception to young people has little impact on teenage pregnancy rates, according to a controversial study.

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This article says that a recent controversial study shows that even handing out contraceptive devices to teenagers and giving them lessons on what can happen if unsafe sex is done, this has little impacts according to the telegraph. This fits well because it shows more needs to be done to stop teens having unprotected sex.

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Maya Raulic's comment, March 11, 2013 8:57 PM
Netherlands, country with the lowest teen pregnancy rate in Europe because the Dutch had “an open and accepting attitude towards teenage sexuality, widely available information and sex education, and easy access to confidential contraceptive services”. Some studies although say that sex ed does not change a teens mind. How the teen is raised and who they hang with decides what decisions they are going to make, not some teacher teaching them.
dylan lees's curator insight, November 16, 2013 8:53 PM

This shows that even with sex eduation and lots of teachers helping teenagers, they still can not seen to stop getting pregant and contraception doesnt always work too. 

This article is good showing teenagers the right way to go.

Tian Molnar's curator insight, November 25, 2014 10:06 PM

This article outlines the arrogance and irresponsibility of teenagers male and female. Teenage pregnancy is a very serious issue that is currently being addressed, and without the help of teenagers listening to the education being given its very hard for doctors and parents to educate the cild.

 

Most teenage girls don't plan to get pregnant, but many do. Teen pregnancies carry extra health risks to both the mother and the baby. Often, teens don't get prenatal care soon enough, which can lead to problems later on.

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#HEALTH - How to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

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"What has changed is modern life, and it turns out that our lifestyles and environmental exposures are dangerous for breast tissue. Breast cancer incidence is highest in Western nations, where the vast majority of women are leading a modern lifestyle, and the United States has one of the highest incidences. We don't get as much exercise as we did in the early twentieth century; we drink more alcohol, have children later or not at all, and are less likely to breast-feed. Our chemical exposures are greater: More women eat foods raised with pesticides and take pharmaceutical hormones for contraception and menopausal symptoms. Changing the environment in which you live can increase your risk; for example, breast cancer is on the rise among Asian immigrants to this country." http://buff.ly/1bWyyYW


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This article is good because it shows some ways to reduce your risk of breast cancer and mentions ways of which breast cancer risk can be increased so we can stay away from them in the future.

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Teenagers and contraception

Teenagers talk about contraception and an expert explains the contraception options available and shows how to use a condom. Video courtesy of Making sense o...

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This fits well with the contraception topic because it shows the correct way to put on a condom and make sure it doesnt break or tear. Also preventing std's in the process.

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Olivia Porcheddu's curator insight, October 28, 2013 5:42 AM

This is a very good video about contraception because at the begining it gives you the statistics of how many teenagers have sex before 16 then it gives you some thougths about sex from teenagers themselves. the rest of the video is done by a doctor and she talk about the methods of contraception and how that there is not only the condom to stop pregnacy's. T his video is also very good because she shows and tells you what to do when putting a condom on and taking one off. She also gives you lots of tips about the condom and other methods of contraception. 

Chris reader's curator insight, November 15, 2013 4:23 AM

This video shows the multiple ways of contraception and how to use them correctly this is useful for young teenagers in learning how to prevent them self from haveing a child.

Alex Grozdanov's curator insight, May 18, 2015 8:38 AM

This video shows the best methods for contraception for both males and females. It explains which method is best for certain types of sex and how to apply/use them so they are effective. It explains how a condom is one of the best choices as it prevents the women from getting pregnant and from catching a sexually transmitted disease. I believe the video was effective as it was simple and got straight to the point.